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ACKNOWLEDGMENTS

April 23, 1962
April 23, 1962

Table of Contents
April 23, 1962

Yesterday
Boom
  • The game busted out all over with tinseled stadiums, fascinating new teams and a touch of carnival hoopla. Outlook: more color, more interest, more baseball

  • James A. Farley Jr. is a bank president and one of three members of the New York State Athletic Commission. The son of the former Postmaster General of the U.S., the 33-year-old Farley has had a close interest in boxing since he was a youngster. Not a man to duck a battle, he has chosen this highly critical time to speak out in behalf of a sport he loves

World Sports
Hopkins
Horse Racing
Bullfight
Tennis
Golf
Baseball Books
Acknowledgments
Baseball's Week
19th Hole: The Readers Take Over

ACKNOWLEDGMENTS

18, 19—Los Angeles Times
20, 21—Hy Peskin
22—Ken Regan
24, 25—Herb Scharfman, Neil Leifer
26—Tony Triolo
28-30—symbols by Burt Groedel
32-34—Richard Meek
56—Phil Bath
60, 61—Richard Meek
66—courtesy New York Public library, Rare Book Division
68—from "With Mask and Mitt" by Albertus True Dudley (Lothrop, lee & Shepard, 1900)
69, 76—from "The New Boy al Hilltop and Other Stories" by Ralph Henry Barbour, ¬© 1910 by D. Appleton & Co., renewed 1937 by the author. Reprinted by permission of the publishers, Appleton-Century-Croft, an affiliate of Meredith Press
73—from "Fighting for Fairview" by William Heyliger, ¬© 1918 by D. Appleton & Co., renewed 1946 by the author. Reprinted by permission of the publishers, Appleton-Century-Croft, an affiliate of Meredith Press; 75—from "Making the Nine" by Albertus True Dudley (Lothrop, lee & Shepard, 1904)
77—Bob Peterson, Marvin M. Greene-Cleveland Plain Dealer, Bill Bennett-St. Joseph Gazette, Alan Deneou-Detroit News
78—A.P.
80—Phil Bath

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